diamaxol

Diamaxol ( old name Diabeticine ) was developed by the Techmedica Health Inc as dietary supplement, natural solution that normalizes blood sugar levels and is being marketed as an alternative to prescription medications.

A single bottle of Diamaxol™ has 60 capsules.

Diamaxol is licensed as a supplement, only , and it is not for treat diabetes. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does not approve or dis-approve any kind of dietary supplements, such as Diamaxol , since it is not within their responsibility. The FDA only approves or dis-approves of pharmaceutical drugs, which Diamaxol is not.

Recommended to take Diamaxol as a dietary supplement one capsule 30 minutes before each meal twice daily. For faster results, during the first 30 to 90 days only, you should increase to three capsules daily if you weigh over 150 pounds (70kg) or four capsules daily if you weigh over 200 (90kg) pounds.
Ingredients: 1 Diamaxol Capsule(s)

It contains no chemically generated compounds, fillers, or artificial additives.

Diamaxol Ingredients Per Serving Daily Value %
Magnesium (as Magnesium Oxide)

125 mg

31%

Vitamin C

50 mg

83%

Zinc (as Zinc Oxide)

7.5 mg

50%

Manganese (as manganese amino acid sulfate)

1  mg

50%

Biotin

300 mcg

100%

Chromium(as chromium amino acid sulfate)

200 mcg

167%

Vitamin E (as d-Alpha tocopheryl acetate)

15 iu

50%

Proprietary Herbal Blend(Bitter melon fruit extract,
Guggul gum resin, Gymnema Sylvestre leaves,
Licorice bark extract, Banaba (Lagerstroemia Speciosa Linn.)
leaves, Bilberry leaves, Yarrow leaves, Juniper Berries,
Ceylon Cinnamon bark, Cayenne fruit))

335 mg

*

Alpha Lipoic Acid

30 mg

*

L-Taurine

25 mg

*

L-Carnitine

25 mg

*

Vanadyl (as Vanadyl Sulfate)

3 mg

*

* Daily Value Not Established

Other Ingredients: Capsules (alfalfa cellulose), magnesium stearate, stearic acid and microcrystalline cellulose.

It is far from clear that any of the individual ingredients in Diamaxol have a consistent and reliable effect on blood sugar. More important, the manufacturer doesn”t provide any evidence that research has been conducted on this specific combination of herbal supplements. This is important because it”s difficult to predict how any two herbs may interact — let alone how a combination of eight or more herbs will interact.